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Mayesh Design Star Workshop Tour 2018 Dates

Save the Date | MDS 2018 Workshop Dates

While it is mind blowing to us that we’re already nearing the end of our first Mayesh Design Star tour, ...
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Mayesh Luxe Blooms: Phalaenopsis from Holland

Mayesh Luxe Blooms: Phalaenopsis from Holland

Take a quick tour to see how our Dutch Phalaenopsis Orchid is grown, graded and packaged before you receive it ...
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My Mayesh Pull Holly Chapple Flowers

My Mayesh Pull Challenge: Holly Chapple Edition

A few months back, Kelly Girard of our LAX shipping department challenged Holly Chapple to a Mayesh Pull challenge using ...
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How Many Flowers for Flower Wall

I typically start my day checking social media pages and Facebook groups. This morning I came across someone asking how ...
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My Mayesh Pull: The Process

My Mayesh Pull: The Process

If you follow us on Instagram, then there is a very good chance that you have seen #mymayeshpull‘s in our ...
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October Mornings with Mayesh

Mornings with Mayesh: October 2017

Each month, Yvonne gets together with some of her flower friends for our Mornings with Mayesh show to discuss the ...
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Gardenia and Stephanotis Vine Bouquet

Mayesh en español Ramo de Novia con Gardenias

Welcome to our second installment of Mayesh Floral Design in Spanish! In this installment, Veronica Cicero of  Anthology Co. (Miami, FL) ...
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Styled Table - how to work with a stylist

Mayesh Design Star: How To Work With A Stylist

In October’s Mayesh Design Star video, Christy Hulsey is joined by Whitney Downs of Whitewood Events to explain the benefits ...
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Flower 411: October

Flower 411: October

PRODUCT UPDATES – 9/28/17 Finished / Not Available California product is starting to dwindle down in availability. We will be ...
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Art in Full Bloom - Crazy Daisy

Art in Full Bloom 2017

YOU ARE INVITED!! WHAT: ART, FLORAL, FASHION, AND EDM TO BENEFIT AID FOR AIDS OF NEVADA (AFAN) WHEN: NOVEMBER 10, ...
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Customer Testimonial: Kase Styles

Customer Testimonial Kase Styles

 

There’s nothing we love more than hearing from a happy customer who has had a great first experience ordering with us, especially when they let us know so we can share with all of you!

Sarah Girard in our LAX shipping department sent us this email from Kasey Greenheck of Kase Styles in August:

 


 

Hi Sarah! 

I just wanted to share a few things with you! I used your GORGEOUS flowers for this photo shoot 🙂 I have now used those photos for this blog post

I am BEYOND happy with how everything turned out. Your service was impeccable and the flowers are just GORGEOUS. Finding Mayesh is allowing me to offer the most amazing florals to my clients, which is quite literally a dream come true. 

I appreciate everything you did so much! I can’t wait to place my next order! 

 


 

We couldn’t agree more, Kasey, your shoot turned out beautiful! Here are some of our favorite shots… and we obviously had to include the furry friend who made a guest appearance!

 

Customer Testimonial Kase Styles

Customer Testimonial Kase Styles

Customer Testimonial Kase Styles

Customer Testimonial Kase Styles

Customer Testimonial Kase Styles

Customer Testimonial Kase Styles

Customer Testimonial Kase Styles

 

Photographers:
Apron:

 

 

Now we want to hear from you! When you’ve had an awesome experience or just feel like giving your rep a shout-out, send us your feedback! Bonus points if you send pretty pictures for us to share 🙂

 

Mayesh Cooler Picks | Fall

 

It’s officially fall and we’re excited for all of the rich color palettes to come! Check out our first set of autumn #MayeshCoolerPicks!

 


 

 

LINEN + BLUSH

 

Mayesh Cooler Picks September

top | pink tulips, white ball dahlias, blush snowberries
middle | Blushing Bride protea, pink scabiosa, white nerines
bottom | pink ranunculus, white tulips, pink cottage yarrow

 

 

CANTALOUPE

 

Mayesh Cooler Picks Fall September

top | peach ranunculus, Sahara spray rose, peach statice
middle | Golden Mustard rose, Pompeii gerberas, Combo rose
bottom | Zelmira lillies, Antigua spray rose, Bushing Parasol spray rose

 

 

ROSEWOOD PINK

 

Mayesh Cooler Picks Fall September

top | brown lisianthus, garden spray rose Eden Romantica, burgundy upright amaranthus
middle | Pompeii gerberas, chocolate sunflowers, Queen red lime zinnias
bottom | Laevis Brunia, Lege Sport carnations, Diablo ninebark

 

 

SHADES OF PURPLE

 

Mayesh Cooler Picks September

top | pink chiffon clematis, chocolate ranunculus, lavender gomphrena
middle |purple hellebores, antique purple hydrangea, Reiman clematis
bottom | lavender phlox, burgundy dahlia, lavender double tulip

 

Stemcounter: An Answer to your Business Organization Prayers

 


 

At Mayesh, we value the importance of helping our customers grow their businesses and providing resources to improve their business practices. When it comes to ordering, we all know how hard it can be to keep everything organized and get orders in on time, which is why we have been partnering with Stemcounter to help you become more efficient and make the business side of things less painful. And if we’re being honest, a streamlined ordering process is a win-win for both of us!

Let’s face it… we’ve all been up way too late putting together a wholesale list because we ran out of hours, right?

Stemcounter was built to solve that. In Stemcounter, you can build out your recipes and your wholesale list automatically generates. As one florist said it, “In 2.5 minutes you can do what used to take 4 hours of work!”

Not only that, you can create beautiful proposals super quickly with drag-and-drop from Pinterest functionality. Clients can view, sign, and pay from the same link. It’s made for florists by florists. And the coolest part? You have access to Mayesh’s flower photo library directly in the software! Interest in more info? Check it out here.

 

 

 

Get to Know our 2018 Design Star

 

By now you probably know that our 2018 Mayesh Design Star is Kaylee Young of Flourish by Kay, so we thought now was a good time to get to know Kaylee a little bit better and learn about the designer behind the flowers!

We hope you enjoy spending a few minutes with Kaylee below, and can’t wait to share next year’s workshop tour dates with you all in the very near future!

 


 

First of all, congratulations! We are beyond excited to have you board as our next Design Star… it’s going to be a fun year! For everyone dying to know more about you, can you just give us a little background on yourself, and how you ended up in this crazy wonderful world of flowers we find ourselves in? 

When I was 18 years old, I took a career aptitude test in college to help me determine which career was right for me, and the top career that was considered for me was ‘Florist.’ I’d literally never thought about flowers before, but I was intrigued by the idea so I signed up for a beginner floral design course at night. That’s when I decided I liked flowers and I really wanted to learn floral design. After that I bombarded the flower shop by my house, dropping off resumes every 6 months or so until they finally hired me! Took about 2 years, but I wore them down haha! After working in shops for 3 years, I moved over to the event floral side of things and started my own business, Flourish. It’s been a crazy ride but I just love what I do so much now. I can’t imagine living a life where I’m not designing and styling and creating beauty. I feel so fortunate that I get to do this for my career.

 

Can you talk about your style & design philosophy?

My design philosophy is all about creation & curation. I’d say beautiful floral design is made up of 50% the curation of the flowers and materials, and 50% creating the design with good technique. Being very intentional about my inspiration and ideas, and thoughtfully preparing my flower order has helped me to refine my design skills so much and produce the best results I possibly can.

I also believe being a good floral artist is a balance of striving for perfection and just ‘winging it’. I had to learn to trust myself. But once I did, that’s when I started creating all my best work.

My style is a mix of maximal and minimal design (is that a thing?) There isn’t necessarily one type of design I really love. I just love when everything looks pieced together perfectly, when the design feels like it makes its surroundings come to life, and the colors and product chosen compliment each other nicely. My goal is to come up with a feeling for each arrangement that I make and to make it match the scene that it will fit into perfectly. I like to challenge myself to use new types of flowers, or add more flowers, or less. Sometimes the design ends up totally different than what I thought it would in the beginning. But as long as I get the feeling of the arrangement right, I feel good.

 

Mayesh Design Star Flourish by Kay

 

Cliché question, but I love hearing the unique answers people have! So… where do you draw your inspiration from?

Most of my inspiration stems from something small. Whether it be a single bloom, or a striking color, a feeling I get when I look at a photograph, or an outfit on the runway. My inspiration usually starts as something small, and then I build around it with more ideas. I love going into the city for inspiration. I like to people watch and feel the energy there. It makes me feel inspired and like anything is possible. I also like to watch other artists work on things and read about their stories. I literally know nothing about making clothing, but whenever I watch the show “Project Runway” I always walk away thinking,”Yes! If they can make clothes out of stuff from the hardware store I can do anything!”

Another thing that I think is really important, is admitting when I feel worn out or uninspired and just throwing on some sweatpants and binge-watching The Office with a pint of Ben & Jerry’s. By learning to take breaks and turning down some jobs when I feel burnt out helps me to feel inspired and to feel energized when I want and need to be.

 

2018 Mayesh Design Star Flourish by Kay

 

We are all about educating and being a resource for our customers, both new and old. What are your thoughts on education within the industry, and why do you think it’s important?

I think floral education is so important! It can be difficult to attain all of the knowledge that is out there about flowers. There are so many flower types and techniques and there is no one particular way to do anything or even learn anything. I think one of the best ways I’ve learned is by watching other florists (all with different styles and techniques) design and work and taking my favorite ideas from each person to come up with my own technique and style. I love that Mayesh strives to be a resource, too. It’s been amazing shopping with a rep who can suggest things I’ve never heard of and send me pictures, or I can look through their flower library online. It’s helped me to learn so many new flower types and new things being able to ask my Mayesh rep any questions I might have.

 

What are you most excited for next year as the Mayesh Design Star?

I am so excited to collaborate with Mayesh to deliver some amazing workshops! It is going to be SO MUCH FUN! I’m excited to meet everyone and learn about them and what makes them feel inspired, and create some beautiful things together.

 

Mayesh Design Star Flourish by Kay

 

Okay, this can be totally unrelated to flowers! What is a random or fun fact about you, to get to know the person behind the design?

A fun fact about me is that I HAVE to have my diet coke & gummy candy before I start arranging flowers. It’s like a ritual now. I go to the store and get my drink and my treats, blast some music, and I’m ready! That’s how I start out designing every time.

 

Mayesh Design Star Flourish by Kay Brian Whitt Photography

Photo by Brian Whitt Photography

Mayesh Design Star Flourish by Kay Lauren Balingit Photography

Photo by Lauren Balingit

Mayesh Design Star Flourish by Kay

 

For more of Kaylee’s work, make sure to check out her Instagram!

 

MDS Atlanta Workshop with Accent Decor Photo Recap

MDS Flower Workshop Atlanta Accent Decor

 

Just before The Bridal Theory published our Carlsbad workshop, our Atlanta workshop with Accent Decor also made an appearance on the blog! This was a special workshop since it took place in the AD showroom, and while The Bridal Theory published many of our favorite images, there are more we’d love to share with you (and maybe a few repeats because they’re just that good).

Quick side note on the tour – our Portland workshop has officially sold out, so your last chance to learn from Christy Hulsey of Colonial House of Flowers is at our final stop in November in Detroit, MI! Find out more info here, and if you can’t make this one, not to worry! We just announced our new Design Star and will be announcing 2018 workshop dates soon!

 


 

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Sponsors:

 

Accent Décor

Design Master

Rosaprima

Oasis Floral Products

Cameron Hughes Wine

H.L. Franklin’s Healthy Honey

Pottery Barn

 

Vendors:

 

Venue – Accent Decor Showroom

Photographer – Becca Stanley

 

Announcing Our 2018 Mayesh Design Star

2018 Mayesh Design Star

Remember way back in 2011 when Mayesh decided to do this crazy contest looking for a designer to be the face of our first floral design video series? Also, I remember being excited when our first video almost hit 800 views in its initial month of going live, while today this month’s design video has well over 10,000 views on YouTube and Facebook combined in just 14 days!  Top that off with the fact that our videos are watched around the world from the US to the UK, Taiwan, Spain, Brazil and beyond – we can truly say that we have created a series that has reached the far corners of the world. I love taking the time to reminisce, appreciate how far we have come, and know that this part of our journey is still well and will continue to evolve. However, none of this would have been possible without our amazing and inspiring Mayesh Design Stars who all share the passion and love of sharing their knowledge of floral design.

My team had its work cut out, as we had 38 people enter this year’s contest! And I know I say this every year, but it still is true – we are blown away with all of the amazingly talented people who entered the contest. We watched every video, reviewed workshop curriculums, debated, conducted interviews and deliberated some more. Thank you to everyone who entered this year’s contest. We appreciate all of the hard work and effort that went into your entry and we treasure your support!

With the deliberations complete, I am happy to finally announce our 2018 Mayesh Design Star, Kaylee Young of Flourish by Kay!! We love her energy, her fresh ideas, and are excited to start collaborating on our 2018 Mayesh Design Star tour and video series. To give you just a tiny taste of her 12-page proposal, Kaylee’s theme is “CURATE, CREATE, BE YOURSELF, AND THRIVE” – I think that mantra really resonates with our community! Get to know Kaylee in an upcoming interview that will be posted on the blog very soon.

Congratulations Kaylee, we are so excited to have you join our team!!

P.S. I have already started to receive inquiries about tickets for next year’s tour. We are hitting 4 U.S. cities and will be hosting a workshop experience in Quito, Ecuador. Once I have the dates finalized, the tickets will be available for sale. Stay tuned…

MDS Carlsbad Workshop Photo Recap

MDS Flower Workshop Carlsbad

 

Last week our Carlsbad workshop was published on The Bridal Theory with a full recap and beautiful images of the day. They can only include so many images, and since we have such an awesome photographer (shoutout to Nicole), there are many more favorites we’re excited to share with you!

And if you’re interested in attending one of our final two workshops in Portland or Detroit, find out more info here!

 


 

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Photos by Nicole Clarey Photography

 


 

Workshop Tour Sponsors:

Accent Décor

Design Master 

Oasis Floral Products 

Cameron Hughes Wine

Eco Fresh Bouquet

Rosaprima

Sande Flowers

 

Carlsbad Tour Sponsors:

Adore Folklore

Creative Candles

Eufloria Flowers

 

Vendors:

Designer- Christy Hulsey – Colonial House of Flowers

Photographer – Nicole Clarey Photography

Stylist – Tristan Needham Design

Venue – Brick + Laurel

Lunch – Del Mar Taco Co.

Ribbon + Runner – Tono + Co.

Mayesh Design Star: Large Scale Altar Arrangement

How to design a large luxe arrangement / alter piece

In this episode of Mayesh Design Star, Christy Hulsey shows us how to make a grand, large-scale altar piece in her signature free form style using the Majesty vase from Accent Decor. The design highlights seasonal luxe rose varieties from Rosaprima. The bonus is that the design is done in such a way to make transport easy!

Featured product: Foraged branches, Silver Dollar Eucalyptus, wisteria,
poke berries, passion vine, king protea, peach amaryllis, Ohara garden rose, Quicksand rose, Juliet garden rose (David Austin), Putumayo carnation, white ranunculus, Cafe Au Lait dahlia, white mini tulips, luminaria and pampas grass.

Materials used: Oasis netting, water tubes and the Majesty vase from Accent Decor.

Videographer: Justin Peay Productions
Photographer: Kelli Boyd Photography
Roses: Rosaprima
Floral Supplies:  Accent DecorOasis Floral ProductsDesign Master
Hair & Makeup: Hustle & Blow Dry Bar

 

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Mayesh en español: Arreglo floral de fin de verano

Arreglo floral de fin de verano

¡Estamos emocionados para revelar nuestro primer video de diseño floral de Mayesh en español! La talentosa Veronica Cicero de Anthology Co. en Miami, Florida nos ayudó con tres videos. En la primera instalación, Veronica explica su proceso de diseño de un arreglo de compota de verano tardío. Disfruten y por favor compartan con sus amigos florales que hablan español.
¡Felices diseños!

Flores:
Camellia
Mentha ornamentale
Hortensia paniculata
Veronica White
Sorgo
Moras verdes
Helleboro
Dahlia “Café au Lait”
Rose “Café Latte”
Helecho Otoño Dorado
Mini-Magnolia
Echinacea
Pasto “Metallica”
Pasto Chasmanthium

::English Translation::
SPANISH DESIGN VIDEO: LATE SUMMER COMPOTE ARRANGEMENT

We are very excited to unveil Mayesh floral design videos in Spanish! The very talented floral designer, Veronica Cicero of Anthology Co. in Miami, Florida was so kind to help us out and we shot 3 videos. In the premier installment, Veronica explains her process in designing a late summer compote arrangement. Enjoy and please share this news with your Spanish speaking floral friends.

Happy designing!

Flowers:
Camellia
Flowering Mint
Hydrangea paniculata “Tardiva”
Veronica White
Green Millet
Fruiting Immature Blackberries
Hellebore Double Ellen Pink
Dahlia “Café au Lait”
Rose “Café Latte”
Fern Autumn Gold
Mini-Magnolia
Echinacea
Grass “Metallica”
Grass Chasmanthium

Videographer: Talewind Visuals

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Flower 411: Dahlias in Full Force

Flower 411 August

 

PRODUCT UPDATES – 8/29/17

 

Finished / Not Available

 
Allium – import finished, local drumstick only available

Artichoke Blooming

Bells – Dyed red – nobody is dying them right now

Buddlea – returning in October

Chamomile Cushion – chamomile yellow daisy

Cotinus Blooming

Delphinium Belladonna Light Pink

Delphinium Belladonna White

Festival Bush

Fruiting branches – blueberry

Heather – white or pink

Kiss me Over the Garden Gate

Kumquats restricted movement by the Department of Agriculture

Lace Flower

Lupine

Matsumoto- Peach

Peony – finished

Pineapple – all sizes

Pokeweed

Poppy pods

Poppy Matilda

Poppy oriental

Poppy Icelandic – no poppy of any type available

Riceflower

Shasta Daisy

Spirea

Super Bear Grass – grower discontinued this item

Viburnum berry- blue, black

 

Just Starting

 

Pieris Japonica

Rose Hips – red/orange

Sedum Pink

Snowberry – Local

Ornamental Peppers

Pumpkins on a stick

 

 

Plentiful/ Flushing

 

Assorted wild grasses

Green Mist

Millet hanging green and upright black or green

Pincushion Protea

Queen Anne’s Lace – White or Chocolate

Safflower – orange

Safari Sunset

Snow on the Mountain

Sunflower black center

 

 

Limited

 

Agonis

Banksia – orange only

Chamomile / Matricaria / Feverfew – yellow button

Cosmos – pinks and whites – extremely limited / almost finished

Cottage Yarrow- white, peach, cream – go import

Delphinium hybrid White

Delphinium Belladonna light blue – extremely limited

Dianthus green ball or trick

Echinops

Eucalyptus Gunni

Eucalyptus Small leaf

French Tulip – finished in Holland / only one local vendor – limited amounts and colors

Freesia Super – local

Fruiting branches – blackberry / raspberry

Foxglove – all colors very limited

Gardenias

Gomphrena White

Honey Suckle

Jasmine vine with Flower

Lilac – White color only, bunches grade only – import only

Nigella

Papyrus Lions Head – advance notice required

Pampas Grass – large orders – advance notice required

Pieris Flower

Protea King white (SUPER Limited)

Protea white – finished locally, import only

Oregano Kents Beauty

Scabiosa white annual

Smilax – limited

Strawflower – white, light pink and peach – all three are very limited

Sweet Pea – Dutch only – limited color selection

Tulips – only single bloom tulips available locally for the next two weeks

-Our local vendor is gapping on frilled, double and parrots for 2 weeks

Yarrow cottage- import and local

 

 

Available

 

Ageratum Blue

Alchemilla Mollis – import

Allium – local drumstick only

Anemone- import

Artichokes – baby red limited

Asclepias – local and import

Atriplex – red and green

Berzillia – green and red available

Birds – import only

Bouvardia- very limited locally (not light pink)- go import (has all colors)

Bupluerum

Calendula

Campanula- import only

Celosia Feather – import and local

Clematis – local  (white limited) and Dutch (don’t grow white)

Cornflower

Cosmos Chocolate

Cotinus foliage – purple only

Coxcomb – Import and local

Craspedia – local

Crocosmia Flower – import

Crocosmia Pods – import

Delphinium – Bella dark blue

Eucalyptus – small leaf moon lagoon

Hybrid delph- dark blue, purple, light blue, lavender, mauve- local short 24-30” Tall (white limited)- Tall only available import

Dahlias ~  Most Decorative Shape Dahlia colors are available

  • Ball shapes, good selection of colors. Availability is ok
  • Ball shapes – need advance notice for large orders
  • Café available
  • Dinner Plate- White, Lavender, Orange, Burgundy available only

Oregon dahlias – Swan Island will start the last week of September

Echinacea pods

Eremurus – import only

Eucomis – local

Freesia-local finished, import only

Hops – 2 weeks left

Hydrangea – Nice solid Colors – Import & Local starting to go antique

Iris regular – no light blue

Jasmine vine – no flower

Lisianthus – Dark Brown/ Black/ Peach – now local

Lily of the valley- import only Lysmachia- import

Magnolia – local California

Millet – green and black upright, green hanging

Ninebark – foliage only

Passion vine

Persimmons

Pomegranates – Large only

Protea – local assorted pinks limited

Protea Pink Ice

Protea – Protea Blushing Bride- import

Pincushion Protea (Leucospermum)orange and yellow – import

Ranunculus- import

Rose Hips -Green, red

Scabiosa

Scabiosa Pods- Local

Southern Smilax

Statice

Stephanotis

Sunflower – black center, green center, tinted red, bi-color

Thryptomene/ Calycina- Import

Trachelium local and Import

Tweedia local

Veronica – Local and Import

Waxflower – local finished- go import

Yarrow tansy button

Yarrow yellow – local

Zinnia – white, peach, bi colors limited

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